Africa

Green Innovation Centre for the agri-food sector - Phase 2

 

The global programme Green Innovation Centre (GIC), implemented in 15 countries has the objective "in selected rural areas, innovations in the agriculture and agri-food sector have contributed to sustainable rural development". It is part of the special initiative "One World Without Hunger" launched by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in 2014.

German-Zambian Agricultural Knowledge and Training Centre (AKTC) – Phase 3

 

The project is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) Project, financed under the BMEL Economic Partnership Programme.
The project is situated at the GART research station near Chisamba, approx. 70 km north of Lusaka where approx. 100 ha arable land is available for demonstration and trial areas. Phase 1 and 2 of the project were carried out by the same consortium and with the same long-term team from 01.08.2014 – 31.07.2021. 

National specialist for agricultural value chain promotion in the Oromia region Strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

National specialist for agricultural value chain promotion and promotion of adaptation of the target group to climate change in the Amhara region Strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

National specialist for agricultural value chain promotion in the project region Sidana Strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

National specialist for ICT-based tools in agricultural VC promotion strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

National specialist for gender in agricultural Value Chain promotion Strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

National specialist for monitoring and evaluation Strengthening rural value chains

Ethiopia has achieved remarkable economic development in the last decades (an average of 10 % economic growth per year) and can show significant progress in poverty reduction: While more than 54 % of the population lived below the poverty line in 1996, this figure dropped to 24 % in 2015. Nevertheless, the country continues to face major challenges. 

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